City of Lincoln 10k

Lincoln City Centre
United Kingdom

New to the popular Run for all 10k series this scenic Lincoln city centre run kicks off the event's season, with a fast course and fantastic atmosphere.

City of Lincoln 10k

The Run for All series

Brought to you by the organisers of the Leeds 10k and the Yorkshire Marathon, the City of Lincoln 10k run is part of the Run for All series, created by the late Jane Tomlinson CBE and her family.

Despite having terminal cancer, Jane completed a series of athletic challenges to raise money for charity, inspiring the creation of a whole host of Run for All events.

The route

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Entering its 19th year and its first as part of the Run for all series.

Over 5,500 runners crossed the finish line in 2014 and with Run for all's track record this scenic 10k run is set to be bigger and better than ever in 2015.

Run past many of Lincoln’s historic landmarks, including the cathedral and the castle, which was built by William the Conquerer in 1068 to the cheers of a supportive crowd and take in the beautiful sites while conquering your own challenge whilst helping to support young cancer patients and their families.

Looking for a place

Sign up today via the Run for All website.

Once you have sucessfully registered for your place, sign up to join the CLIC Sargent Running team and help support children and young people with cancer.

By gaining your own place in the run you won't be asked to raise a minimum amount of sponsorship, we simply ask that you raise as much as you can in support of children and young people with cancer. Find out more about how your money can help.

Join our team

Our award winning Running Events team will support you through your training and fundraising from the minute you sign up, to race day and beyond.

Join our team for the Lincoln 10k and you will get:

  • Training plans, training guides and ongoing expert advice from Nick and the team at RunningWithUs to support your running journey.
  • CLIC Sargent running vest.
  • Fundraising pack and much much more.

Go the extra mile for children and young people with cancer.

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